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"Oregon solar company to unveil new products"

Oregon solar power company Azuray Technologies is unveiling two new products Tuesday. They're meant to increase the power coming off a solar array by as much as 25 percent.

"Oregon solar company to unveil new products"

Azuray Technologies are headquartered near Portland, OR. Photo by (azuraytech.com)

By Kristian Foden-Vencil
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 Oregon solar power company Azuray Technologies is unveiling two new products Tuesday.

They're meant to increase the power coming off a solar array by as much as 25 percent.

Azuray is a small Oregon start-up that aims to help owners get the most out of their photo voltaic arrays. Currently, if one panel of an array is shaded by a tree -- or is dirty -- all the panels have to effectively drop their output so they can supply the same voltage. Gil Miller of Azuray says the company can fix that problem.

"You know the key message is that we have a product that will increase energy harvest gains by 25 percent, for those PV systems that experience shading or other kinds of module mismatch," Miller said.

Miller says the products will be sold to installers, rather than directly to the public. They will be unveiled at the Solar Power International trade fair in Dallas later this month.

They're meant to increase the power coming off a solar array by as much as 25 percent.

Azuray is a small Oregon start-up that aims to help owners get the most out of their photo voltaic arrays. Currently, if one panel of an array is shaded by a tree -- or is dirty -- all the panels have to effectively drop their output so they can supply the same voltage. Gil Miller of Azuray says the company can fix that problem.

"You know the key message is that we have a product that will increase energy harvest gains by 25 percent, for those PV systems that experience shading or other kinds of module mismatch," Miller said.

Miller says the products will be sold to installers, rather than directly to the public. They will be unveiled at the Solar Power International trade fair in Dallas later this month.

 

They're meant to increase the power coming off a solar array by as much as 25 percent.

Azuray is a small Oregon start-up that aims to help owners get the most out of their photo voltaic arrays. Currently, if one panel of an array is shaded by a tree -- or is dirty -- all the panels have to effectively drop their output so they can supply the same voltage. Gil Miller of Azuray says the company can fix that problem.

"You know the key message is that we have a product that will increase energy harvest gains by 25 percent, for those PV systems that experience shading or other kinds of module mismatch," Miller said.

Miller says the products will be sold to installers, rather than directly to the public. They will be unveiled at the Solar Power International trade fair in Dallas later this month.

 
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